Minnesota Pinball hobby blooms into a business as Vorwerk stands next to a small sample of his pinball collection at The Pinball Place.
He’s a pinball wizard, really. Repairing games and machines of the past still rings Barry Brown’s bell.
Pinball is in the same class of things as rock ’n’ roll and comic books: “quintessentially America,” says Greenfield resident Ben Miner.He discovered pinball as a child, when it was not uncommon to find pinball machines in arcades, restaurants and…
Pinball machine guru returns to Roanokehttp://www.wdbj7.com/content/news/Pinball-machine-guru-returns-to-Roanoke-478598993.htmlNic Schell made a 30,000 mile, multi-state trip fixing pinball machines along the way. Now he
Technician keeps the pinballs rolling | Local News | starherald.comhttp://www.starherald.com/news/local_news/technician-keeps-the-pinballs-rolling/article_a97cdef2-934d-5d31-8b0e-5d05a12fa124.htmlJoe Dally started tinkering with electronics when he was 6 years old and it’s still his passion 40 years later. But when he came across some old pinball machine parts,
Texas man stops in Roanoke on North American Pinball Tourhttp://www.wdbj7.com/content/news/Texas-man-stops-in-Roanoke-on-Great-North-American-Pinball-Tour-454784163.htmlNic Schell is on a mission to fix pinball machines across the states for a place to stay and a chance to make new friends in the process.